The new exhibition of the Castle Museum, entitled 'Buda Castle District Uncovered' opened yesterday. The exhibition presents the archaeological research results of the past 10 years from the excavations of the Buda Castle District.
The exhibition was opened by Noémi Népessy, Director General of the Budapest History Museum, and Dr. Miklós Takács, Scientific Advisor at the Archeology Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Professor of the Archaeology Institute of the Péter Pázmány Catholic University.
Buda Castle District Uncovered provides an insight into 10 years of research at the most significant archaeological sites of the area including the former City Hall, the Carmelite Monastery (which houses the Prime Minister's offices nowadays), the Castle Garden Bazaar, the Matthias Church and the Transylvanian Bastion (Táncsics Mihály Street).
The exhibition is on view until 31 July 2019.
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Cover photo: Dávid Kádár